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What makes a team click to listen to story
What makes a team?Click to listen to story.



Review games

Vocabulary & Amazing Words:

Arcade Games

Jigword

Matchword

Speedword

Wordsearch

Word Web

Spelling City-Voc.

Spelling City- Amazing

Spelling Words:

Speedword

Word Web

Quia Games

Spelling City

High Frequency Words:

Fill-in-the Blank

Spelling City

Review Games





Big question what makes a team
Big Question:What makes a team?

  • Monday

  • Tuesday

  • Wednesday

  • Thursday

  • Friday




Today we will learn about
Today we will learn about:

  • new amazing words,

  • contractions,

  • realism and fantasy,

  • proper nouns



Compete
compete

  • com - pete

  • When you compete, you try very hard to win or you become part of a contest.

  • Our team will compete with their team for the championship.

  • Mark and Jenny are competing in the spelling bee.


Contribute
contribute

  • con – trib - ute

  • When you contribute to something, you help along with others.

  • Everybody on the team contributes hard work.

  • Let’s contribute our own ideas for the party.


Recreation
recreation

  • rec – re – a – tion

  • Recreation is fun or something you do to have a good time.

  • We like to go to the beach for recreation in the summer.

  • Tim’s family goes camping for recreation.



Contractions
Contractions

does not - doesn’t

  • Doesn’t is a contraction, a short way of saying and writing two words.

  • An apostrophe takes the place of letters that have been left out.

  • If we compare these words, we see that the apostrophe takes the place of the letter o.

  • When you see a contraction, you know it is a short way of writing two words.


Contractions1

you will

you’ll

I will

I’ll

was not

wasn’t

she is

she’s

could not

couldn’t

who is

who’s

we will

we’ll

had not

hadn’t

Contractions


Contractions2

can’t

can not

isn’t

is not

hasn’t

has not

I’m

I am

it’s

it is

they’ll

they will

Contractions


Word reading

who’s

we’ll

weren’t

there’s

I’ll

he’s

hadn’t

I’m

they’ll

it’s

she’ll

aren’t

wasn’t

he’ll

isn’t

let’s

Word Reading


Contractions3
Contractions

  • You can spell contractions by thinking about the two words that make up the contraction. What words make up can’t?

  • Think about how you spell those two words. can not

  • Use an apostrophe to take the place of the no you leave out.

  • When you spell contractions, make sure to put the apostrophe in the right place.



Word family word rob online dictionary
Word Family Word – rob(online dictionary)


Word family word rob
Word Family Word – rob

fob

knob

cob

snob

glob/blob

slob

mob


Word family word clock online dictionary
Word Family Word – clock(online dictionary)


Word family word clock
Word Family Word – clock

dock

stock

rock

jock

sock

knock

shock

Spock

block

tock

chock

smock

flock

crock


Let s talk about working together

Let’s Talk About Working Together!


Realism fantasy
Realism & Fantasy

  • A realistic story tells about something that could happen in real life.

  • A fantasy is a make-believe story. It could not happen in real life.

  • Good readers look for clues that tell them if a story is realism or fantasy.


Read aloud

Read-Aloud

The Elephant Team


Monday s fix it we want to play baseball we want to play baseball its a fun game it s a fun game

Monday’s Fix-It

we want to play baseball

We want to play baseball.

its a fun game.

It’s a fun game.


Grammar proper nouns
Grammar:Proper Nouns

  • A noun is a word that names a person, place, animal, or thing.

  • Proper nouns are special names for people, places, animals, and things.

  • They begin with capital letters.

    • Days of the week, months of the year, and holidays also begin with capital letters.

    • Titles for people begin with capital letters. Many titles end with a period.


Grammar proper nouns1
Grammar:Proper Nouns

  • alicia ortiz broke her arm in the game on july 1.

  • Alicia Ortiz broke her arm in the game on July 1.

  • dr lee told her no more baseball until labor day.

  • Dr. Lee told her no more baseball until Labor Day.


Grammar proper nouns2
Grammar:Proper Nouns

  • On friday alicia was back at pioneer park.

  • On Friday Alicia was back at Pioneer Park.

  • Her team, the patton panthers, was playing the terry tigers.

  • Her team, the Patton Panthers, was playing the Terry Tigers.


Grammar proper nouns3
Grammar:Proper Nouns

  • “Go, roberto! Come on, cindy!” shouted alicia.

  • “Go, Roberto! Come on, Cindy!” shouted Alicia.


Wrap up your day
Wrap Up Your Day!

  • Contractions

  • Realism and Fantasy

  • Let’s Talk About It!

  • Tomorrow we will read about a boy who loves baseball.





Today we will learn about1
Today we will learn about:

  • new amazing words,

  • contractions,

  • realism and fantasy,

  • prior knowledge,

  • high-frequency words,

  • vocabulary words, and

  • proper nouns



Deserve
deserve

  • de - serve

  • If you deserve something, you have a right to it or have earned it.

  • You deserve a treat for cleaning your room.

  • Rachel worked so hard preparing for the race, she deserved to win.


mope

  • mope

  • When you mope, you feel sad and sorry for yourself.

  • The dog moped around the house when the children were in school.

  • It’s easy to mope when you don’t have anyone to play with.


Actuate
actuate

  • act – u – ate

  • When you actuate something, you get it started or put it into action.

  • Many different steps are needed to actuate a spaceship.

  • That toy is actuated by a wind-up spring.


Read aloud1

Read-Aloud

From Me to You


Contractions4
Contractions

I’ll

  • You can read this word because you know how to read contractions. What two words for I’ll?

  • I will

  • When you come to a contraction, you know it is a short way of writing two words. An apostrophe takes the place of letters that were left out.


Contractions5
Contractions

Click to listen to “I’m on the Team.”


Word reading1
Word Reading

Pick out the contractions in “I’m on the Team.”

  • I’m – I am

  • don’t – do not

  • we’ll – we will

  • it’s – it is



Word family word make online dictionary
Word Family Word – make(online dictionary)


Word family word make
Word Family Word – make

shake

bake

cake

rake

stake

flake

drake

snake

brake


Contractions6

hadn’t

had not

can’t

can not

we’ll

we will

she’s

she is

isn’t

is not

hasn’t

has not

wouldn’t

would not

he’s

he is

Contractions


Contractions7

who’s

who is

shouldn’t

should not

I’m

I am

it’s

it is

don’t

do not

Contractions


Contractions8
Contractions

  • I’ll ask Ann if it’s her pen.

  • I’ll ask Ann if it’s her pen.

  • I’m going to ask who’s coming.

  • I’m going to ask who’s coming.

  • I didn’t find the ball he’s asking for.

  • I didn’t find the ball he’s asking for.

  • That doll wasn’t the one she’s talking about.

  • That doll wasn’t the one she’s talking about.


Realism fantasy1
Realism & Fantasy

  • A realistic story tells about something that could happen in real life.

  • A fantasy is a make-believe story. It could not happen in real life.

  • As you read, ask yourself if the things that happen could occur in real life.

  • Notice clues from the pictures that tell if the story is realism or fantasy.


Prior knowledge
Prior Knowledge

  • Prior knowledge is what you already know.

  • Using your priorknowledge as you read can help you figure out the story, as well as help you guess what might happen next.




High frequency words review

laugh

second

opened

great

worst

before

you’re

mother

every

either

father

great

certainly

eyes

High-Frequency Words Review



Vocabulary words
Vocabulary Words

  • My school played baseball against a ____ team.

  • My school played baseball against a terrific team.

  • My friend _____ his mitt and jumped to catch the ball.

  • My friend clutched his mitt and jumped to catch the ball.

  • We cheered for him with a lot of ____!

  • We cheered for him with a lot of spirit!


Tuesday s fix it whos going to play who s going to play when will we stat when will we start

Tuesday’s Fix-It

whos going to play

Who’s going to play?

when will we stat

When will we start?


Grammar proper nouns4
Grammar:Proper Nouns

  • month - July

  • holiday - Thanksgiving Day

  • Special names for people, places, animals, and things are called proper nouns.

  • Proper nouns begin with a capital letter.


Wrap up your day1
Wrap Up Your Day!

  • High-Frequency Words

  • Prior Knowledge

  • Let’s Talk About It!

  • Tomorrow we will hear more about Rat and his friends.





Today we will learn about2
Today we will learn about:

  • r-Controlled ar, or, ore,

  • contractions,

  • high-frequency words,

  • proper nouns



Aloft
aloft

  • a - loft

  • Something that is aloft is high up or up in the air.

  • An airplane flies aloft.

  • After the plane is aloft, passengers can get up and walk around


Tinker
tinker

  • tin - ker

  • When you tinker with something, you work at it and fool around with it.

  • Sometimes a person invents something great when he or she is just tinkering.

  • My dad tinkered with our old TV set and figured out how to fix it.


R controlled ar or ore

barn

sort

before

r-Controlled ar, or, ore


Making word letter tiles
Making Word Letter Tiles

a– o – e

c – f – h – k – m – r –

s – t


High frequency words certainly either great laugh second worst you re
High-Frequency Wordscertainly, either, great, laugh, second, worst, you’re

  • Ben loved baseball, but he had never played. He wanted to try out for the team, but he was afraid. “What if I can’t hit the ball and they _______ at me?” said Ben.

  • laugh

  • “I’m not a _____ player like you, Dad.”

  • great


High frequency words
High-Frequency Words

  • Dad let out a big _____ . “Now wait one ______ , Ben,” Dad chuckled.

  • laugh, second

  • “I ______ didn’t start out that way. At first, I felt like the ____ player on my team.”

  • certainly, worst


High frequency words1
High-Frequency Words

  • Dad explained to Ben how hard he practiced. “Then I got better and better. I didn’t want to give up.”

  • Ben thought for a moment. “I don’t want to give up _____! Let’s practice!”

  • either



Word family word line online dictionary
Word Family Word – line(online dictionary)


Word family word line
Word Family Word – line

dine

tine

pine

vine

brine

wine

swine

spine


Contractions9

rhymes with stairs

where’s

are a rhyming pair

wouldn’t, shouldn’t

rhyme with shoes

who’s

tell about more than one person

we’ll

tell about only one person or thing

I’ll, it’s, he’s, I’m, she’s

include the word not

wasn’t, didn’t, isn’t, hasn’t, hadn’t, wouldn’t, shouldn’t

Contractions


Wednesday’s Fix-It

i’m made that it is rainning.

I’m mad that it is raining.

i hop it does not last long

I hope it does not last long.


Proper nouns
Proper Nouns

  • Proper nouns are special names for people, places, animals, or things.

  • Give examples for proper nouns for these common nouns:

    • teacher

    • dentist

    • month

    • holiday





Today we will learn about3
Today we will learn about:

  • contractions,

  • proper nouns,

  • reading poetry


Word family word night online dictionary
Word Family Word – night(online dictionary)


Sentence reading
Sentence Reading

  • She’ll give bread to that family when it’s ready.

  • They’ll tell me if they heard the whir of crickets in the shady meadow.

  • I’m going to pull that thin white thread off the dark fabric.

  • I didn’t break that gingerbread dish on the shelf.

  • I think he’ll help Dad once in a while.

  • We’ll listen to that pleasant music Uncle Chuck plays.


Thursday Fix-It

it didnt rain much

It didn’t rain much.

can john be on my team

Can John be on my team?







Wrap up your day2
Wrap Up Your Day!

  • Text to Self

  • Let’s Talk About It!

  • We heard a story about two brothers and their inventions. Tomorrow we will hear about the Wright brothers again.





Today we will learn about4
Today we will learn about:

  • contractions,

  • high-frequency words,

  • vocabulary words,

  • proper nouns,

  • reading poetry



Read aloud2

Read-Aloud

Taking Flight



Contractions10
Contractions

  • She’s telling them I’ll be late.

  • She’s telling them I’ll be late.

  • There’s no time. We can’t ride today.

  • There’s no time. We can’t ride today.

  • Who’s watching the dogs while I’m gone?

  • Who’s watching the dogs while I’m gone?

  • Didn’t Mom say he’s at the park?

  • Didn’t Mom say he’s at the park?



High frequency words2
High-Frequency Words

  • This means “you are.”

  • This means the opposite of best.

  • This means the opposite of cry.

  • Complete the following: first, ____, third.

  • This means the same as wonderful.

  • You may pick ____ this or that.

  • This means “of course.”


Friday’s Fix-It

i hit the ball had

I hit the ball hard.

what a fun gam this is

What a fun game this is!


Wrap up your week

Wrap Up Your Week!

Let’s Talk About

Working Together


Review games1
Review Games

Vocabulary & Amazing Words:

  • Jigword

    Spelling Words:

  • Quia Games

  • Spelling City

    High Frequency Words:

  • Hot Potatoes (fill-in-the-blank)




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APTPlus Videos (Password Required)


Ronald morgan goes to bat12
Ronald Morgan Goes to Bat

Tests

Story Tests:

  • Reading Street for Students: Reading Tests

  • AR Test: Ronald Morgan Goes to Bat:

    • Other Reading Quiz # 904607